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Medical Executive

The Hellenic Cardiovascular Research Society (HCRS) is seeking to recruit a Physician Cardiologist to be based in the HCRS office in Athens, working full or part time as a Medical Executive.

The position holder will have the following responsibilities:

  • Design, develop & present clinical research projects of the Society
  • Coordinate the preparation of scientific papers of the Society
  • Support the Clinical Research Department in the management of clinical studies, as appropriate
  • Propose topics & coordinate the HCRS Scientific Conferences/Congresses that take place twice annually
  • Provide updates for the HCRS website with regards to new advances in the cardiology field

The ideal candidate should hold the following qualifications:

  • Degree in Medicine, specialty in cardiology
  • A further postgraduate degree (Masters, PhD) will be highly appreciated
  • Excellent knowledge of English (spoken & written)
  • Previous experience in medical positions in the industry (preferably in a multinational company or a CRO) will be highly considered
  • In-depth knowledge/expertise in cardiology
  • Ability to develop, interpret and communicate clinical research data
  • Experience of late-phase clinical trials will be highly appreciated
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Applicants should send a CV/resumé to the HCRS secretariat:

Mrs Roumelioutou
Fax: 210 6775135

e-mail: info at cardioresearch dot net.

All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.


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